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    I'm really indecisive so, I'm hoping to apply to Bristol uni next year and was wondering which engineering course I should choose. The first choice is Mechanical Engineering which is pretty basic. The other is engineering design it seems cooler as it has a year in industry. However engineering design only has 29 places, compared to nearly 200, which worries me. Should I risk it for a biscuit?
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    (Original post by wholockonmars)
    I'm really indecisive so, I'm hoping to apply to Bristol uni next year and was wondering which engineering course I should choose. The first choice is Mechanical Engineering which is pretty basic. The other is engineering design it seems cooler as it has a year in industry. However engineering design only has 29 places, compared to nearly 200, which worries me. Should I risk it for a biscuit?
    In what sense do you think Mechanical Engineering "is pretty basic"?

    And the number of places indicates the relative popularity...
 
 
 
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